Despite the many different uses that users have come up with for Microsoft’s Powerpoint program, it is, at heart, a presentation tool. A Powerpoint 2010 presentation consists of slides and notes. The slides are visible to the audience while the presenter is giving their presentation, and the notes are meant to be a guideline for what should be talked about on that slide. Due to the different roles that these items play, it is conceivable that you would want to print the notes for your presentation without needing to print the slides as well. If you are not providing a handout of your slide presentation to your audience, but are instead showing it on an overhead projector, then printing a long, multicolored document would be an unnecessary waste of ink and paper. Fortunately you can print only the speaker’s notes in Powerpoint 2010.